The highly anticipated boxing match between YouTube star Jake Paul and former UFC champion Nate Diaz is almost here. This guide will provide multiple methods to stream the Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz fight on Saturday, August 5th including on Firestick, Android TV, mobile, and more.
We‘ll cover purchasing the PPV through verified sources like ESPN+, DAZN, and PPV.com. Additionally, we‘ll look at free but unverified options such as streaming sites, Kodi addons, and free IPTV apps. Instructions are provided for streaming on any device.
Verified Ways to Purchase and Stream Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz
The following are legal ways to purchase and stream the Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz PPV event. The fight costs $59.99 through each of these outlets.
Stream on ESPN+
ESPN+ is an official broadcaster of the Paul vs Diaz fight in the United States. You‘ll need an active ESPN+ subscription ($9.99/month or $99.99/year) and then can purchase the PPV directly in the ESPN app on your streaming device, mobile device, smart TV, or computer.
Once purchased, you can stream the entire event including prelims and main event through the ESPN app. ESPN+ is available on most devices including Firestick, Roku, Android phones, iPhone, Chromecast, and more.
Purchase on DAZN
DAZN is another popular sports streaming service that holds broadcasting rights for Paul vs Diaz. Sign up for DAZN for $19.99/month and then purchase the fight for $59.99. This grants you access on Saturday night to stream the full event.
DAZN can be used across devices like Fire TV, mobile, tablets, and game consoles. An advantage with DAZN is there is no long-term contract so you can cancel anytime.
Buy on PPV.com
Don‘t have an ESPN+ or DAZN subscription? Consider purchasing directly on PPV.com. This option doesn‘t require any subscriptions and is a one-time $59.99 payment to unlock the Paul vs Diaz fight.
While PPV.com doesn‘t have a dedicated streaming app, you can cast the event to your Fire TV, Roku, or other device using the instructions on their website. Purchase the PPV early to avoid any casting issues.
Unverified Free Options to Stream Paul vs Diaz
Along with the official sources above, there are several free but unverified ways to stream the Paul vs Diaz fight. These should be used with caution and a VPN to protect your privacy.
Several free sports streaming sites exist that may show live boxing events including Paul vs Diaz for free. However, the availability and quality vary across sites and they tend to get overloaded during major events. Have a few bookmarked as backup options.
Numerous Kodi addons focus on live sports and PPV events. While addon popularity changes quickly, SportsDevil, The Crew, and Rising Tides are a few options to check on Saturday for possible Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz live streams.
Free IPTV Apps
Free IPTV apps like Redbox TV, Streamio, and more offer live TV channels from around the world. Look through the sports sections in these apps on fight night to see if any are showing the Paul vs Diaz boxing match for free.
Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz Fight Card
Here‘s a look at the full Paul vs Diaz PPV fight card taking place on August 5th:
- Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz (main event)
- Amanda Serrano vs Heather Hardy
- Chris Avila vs Jeremy Stephens
- Ashton Sylve vs William Silva
- Shadasia Green vs Face Olivia Curry
- Alan Sanchez vs Angel Beltran Villa
Paul vs Diaz Betting Odds and Predictions
According to leading online sportsbook MyBookie, Jake Paul enters as the favorite with Nate Diaz as the underdog:
Jake Paul: -270
Nate Diaz: +186
Paul has age on his side at 26 compared to the 38 year old Diaz. The YouTuber also holds a 5-0 boxing record while this is Diaz‘s first professional boxing match after a long MMA career.
However, Diaz‘s experience advantage shouldn‘t be discounted. He has 30 MMA fights under his belt including wins over top UFC stars like Conor McGregor and Anthony Pettis.
This will likely be Paul‘s toughest boxing test to date. Expect a close contest that could come down to the judges‘ scorecards after 8-10 hard fought rounds.
Using a VPN to Stream Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz
A VPN like Surfshark or NordVPN is highly recommended when streaming PPV events through free third-party sources. This adds a layer of anonymity and security to your streaming activity.
The top VPN benefits include:
- Hide your IP address and location
- Bypass geographical restrictions on streams
- Encrypt internet traffic to protect privacy
- Avoid ISP throttling of streaming speeds
- Access more streaming sources by changing location
Is Streaming Paul vs Diaz Legal?
Streaming through official PPV providers like ESPN+, DAZN, and PPV.com is 100% legal. However, free streaming sites, addons, and IPTV sources often operate in gray areas when it comes to licensing. Use a VPN and stream at your own risk.
For guaranteed legal access, it‘s best to use the verified options. But free sources provide more convenient access, especially for cord cutters without existing sports streaming subscriptions.
Paul vs Diaz Streaming FAQs
Can I stream Paul vs Diaz for free?
Yes, through free but unverified sources detailed above. Use a VPN for privacy.
What‘s the cheapest way to watch Paul vs Diaz?
Free streaming sites provide access at no cost. Otherwise, a one-time $59.99 PPV purchase is the cheapest option.
What channel is Paul vs Diaz on?
No cable channel will show this PPV fight. You need to purchase through ESPN+, DAZN or PPV.com.
What time does Paul vs Diaz start?
The main event ring walks are expected around 11 PM ET / 8 PM PT on Saturday, August 5th.
Can I watch Paul vs Diaz on my phone?
Yes, install the ESPN or DAZN apps on your iPhone or Android device after purchasing the PPV.
I hope this guide gives you multiple options to watch the highly anticipated Paul vs Diaz boxing match on streaming devices, mobile or any platform you choose. Let me know if you have any other questions!